Thursday, January 3, 2013

Brick Fireplace Covered Christmas Ornament


I had a hard time coming up with the name of this Christmas ornament. But for some reason it reminded me of a brick fireplace... hence the name!





I used a size 6 Steel crochet hook and size 10 cotton yarn.

To Start: ch 6, join to form a circle.

Row 1: ch 6 (counts as 1-tc and ch-2), *1 tc into circle, ch 2, repeat from * around 7 more times ending with ch-2; join to ch-4 of ch-6.

Row 2: sl st to middle of ch-2, *ch 8, 1 tc into next sp, ch 4, repeat from * around ending with ch-4; join to ch-4 of beg ch-8.

Row 3: sl st to middle of 1st ch-4 sp, ch 4, 2 tc in same sp, ch 4, *3 tc in next sp, ch 4, repeat from * around ending with ch-4; join to ch-4 of beg ch-4.

Row 4: sl st to middle of ch-4 sp, ch 4, 1 tc in same sp, ch 4, *2 tc in next ch-4 sp, ch 4, repeat from * around ending with ch 4; join to ch-4 of beg ch-4.

Row 5: sl st to middle of ch-4 sp, ch 4, 1 tc in same sp, ch 8, *2 tc in next ch-4 sp, ch 8, repeat from * around ending with ch 8; join to ch-4 of beg ch-4.

Finish: sl st to middle of ch-8 sp, tie off leaving a tail long enough to gather loops to pull up around neck of ornament.

1 comment:

  1. It's so amazing! I like your Christmas toys, spiral ornament in particular. It'll be very joyful if it spins on the Christmas tree. How long did it take you to make one of them?
    Margaret
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